The voice of the divine is as near to you as your own breath, just ask. That's what Reverend Deborah L. Johnson did in 1995. In a moment of darkness, there was nothing she could do but surrender. "Take me now, oh Lord." Almost instantly she heard whispers, and they turned into more than 300 letters from Spirit. On The Sacred Yes, Rev. Deborah offers 50 of these epistles, delivered with the same passionate intonation as they were received. Detailed messages address the significant issues that lie at our lives' fulcrum, including:
The Sacred Yes speaks to us individually and collectively, providing new paradigms for our interpersonal relationships, societal institutions, and global affairs. The act of unconditional surrender to the unknown, without reservation or hesitation, is what transforms every circumstance into something that benefits us all. And according to Rev. Deborah L. Johnson, it happens with one sacred word: Yes.
©2006 Deborah L. Johnson; (P)2006 Sounds True
I tried to listen to this but could not take more than a few minutes. Maybe the author is in contact with something but I found it questionable.
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